SZA has plaques galore.
The Top Dawg Entertainment/RCA songstress’ debut album Ctrl has just earned a platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of America.
That’s not all. Her singles “The Weekend” and the Travis Scott-assisted “Love Galore” have both gone 2x platinum, while “Garden (Say It Like Dat)” and the Obama-approved “Broken Clocks,” which recently brought her father to tears, have both been certified gold.
Everyone congratulate the queen @SZA! Her debut album #Ctrl is now certified PLATINUM by the @RIAA! #LoveGalore x #TheWeekend are 2x 💿💿 each + #BrokenClocks x #Garden are gold! 📀📀 #Ctrl #TDE https://t.co/2gRSbOn3lK pic.twitter.com/z4a6VdFh4q
— TOP DAWG ENT (@TopDawgEnt) March 1, 2018
TDE CEO Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith celebrated the milestone. “Platinum Platinum Platinum,” he wrote. “Congrats to our queen for putting together a great a album #Ctrl ….Thank you to our fans! Moving units in a major way… #TDE.”
SZA has been candid about her breakout debut, which earned her five Grammy nominations. “I didn’t even fuck with my own album, so I was so confused and almost, like, angry that everyone fucked with it so much,” she told The FADER. “It meant everything I felt about myself was wrong. And it was just like, ‘If that’s not the truth, then what is the truth?'”